Mind Shaper
A book of Jamaican and global poetry, prose, prayers and patois
by Jennifer P. Lumley www.JenuinPoetry.com
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                                                       Photo credit M. Fletcher

Below are a few snippets of me being interviewed and of the interviews that I have conducted as well as some of the literary links with which I am affiliated.
Review: "Souldancing" with Jean Lowrie-Chin in New York

Published Nov 28, 2011


She warmed the room with her smile like the Caribbean sun and the audience anxiously waited while they basked in the beauty of her gentle presence, a scarf, with the colors of the Jamaican flag, gently cascading down the front of her dress. A little...(read more)


CLS - Caribbean Literary Salon

This is an exclusive interview that can be found in the community newspaper online at www.mvinquirer.com
. The title reads: Nothing 'Lyttle' about Jazzmin by Jennifer P. Lumley. 


Jazzmin Lyttle-Hylton is a 17 year old high school senior from New Rochelle High School. She has taken on some mammoth tasks and is a mover and shaker in the endeavors she undertakes. Don't let her "Lyttle" name fool you. She is busy building bridges from here, with her Jamaican parental heritage in the United States to Africa. She is currently Miss Teen Earth Westchester. She is extremely passionate about volunteering and is founder of the New Rochelle Beautification Project. As a member of the National Society of High School Scholars, she was tracked throughout high school as a John Hopkins Scholar for the Center for Talented Youth and was a People to People Student Ambassador.                                       

Aug. 24. 2011
Ms. Sherwood, then a former member of the National Dance Theatre Company since 1962, appeard on a Jamaican stamp and now quietly resides in Mt. Vernon, NY.

Chich Sherwood offered me an exclusive interview. The full story is printed in the CaribNews newspaper Aug 24-30th 2011 issue. www.nycaribnews.com
July 10, 2011
All Islands Association hosts Family Day BBQ. Full story on page 9 of Aug 28-Sept 7, 2011 issue of Liberty Star & www.nylibertystar.com


Author Jennifer P. Lumley reads to an audience at the All Islands picnic at Glen Island  Park, New Rochelle, NY.

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Read the complete interview I conducted with our own Jamaican born Rev. Rose Hudson-Wilkin, Chaplain to Her Majesty, the Queen, and listen to the live broadcast of her message to the congregation on Jamaica's celebration of it's 48th year as an independent nation. 
Photo Credit J. Lumley
Mount Vernon Today Newspaper

Article written about  11 year old Shannon Tavarez
from The Lion King and her struggle with cancer.

Sept. 2008 - Interviewing Prime Minister of Jamaica, Hon. Orett Bruce Golding.


Take a little time to view this interview done by LestahCool for CaribBlast:

(Part 1)

(Part 2)


First Presbyterian Church of Mt Vernon



Intercessory Prayer Ministry International


Read the interview I conducted with our own Jamaican born Rev. Rose Hudson-Wilkin, Chaplain to Her Majesty, the Queen, and listen to the live broadcast of her message to the congregation on Jamaica's celebration of it's 48th year as an independent nation.

Jamaicans.com Links Directory



Sunday afternoons Noon till 3PM



Society for the Advancement of the Caribbean Diaspora


From left to right:
Marie Jeremie &
Jennifer Lumley. Marie and Jennifer are very active in all aspects of SACD and other community organizations. They are also two very resourceful members. Among Marie's many passions is a deep love for photography. We are happy she is a member!

Jennifer Lumley, a highly celebrated Author and recognized Poet! Published Author of Mind Shaper and Still Life. Her books are available in paper back and audio format. Jennifer is available for functions and seminars. As members, both Jennifer and Marie are listed in SACD's Talent Bank. To contact either of them please send an email to sacd@sac-diaspora.org or call 917-771-7935


Lumley as guest poet at the Mt. Vernon Public Library

   Photo credit Joe Parasi

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Braata Folk Singers Link‏


Tel: Andrew Clarke 917-668-2209


Books available at:


Ph: (914) 663- 5161 

P.O.Box 376, Fleetwood Station, Mt. Vernon, NY 10552, USA

                                         Photo credit J. Lumley

*Member of Poetry.com & International Society of Poets
*Member of the Caribbean Literary Salon 

ISBN: 978-1-4401-3090-8 (sc)
ISBN: 978-1-4401-3091-5 (ebook)